Vocabulary Quiz: Guess The Word With The Given Alphabet Hint

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Is your vocabulary good? Play this Vocabulary quiz just by looking at the alphabet and the hint phrase. The quiz score will reveal how well you understand the hints and the English vocab. The more correct answers will give you more scores. All the best for your perfect score.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What 'B' goes after French, Mr and String? ________

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Bean, bean" because it is the word that fits logically in the sequence after "French," "Mr," and "String." The repetition of the word "bean" creates a pattern and completes the sequence.

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  • 2. 

    What 'O' is an audience reaction of enthusiastic applause often executed standing up? ________

    Explanation
    An ovation is an audience reaction of enthusiastic applause often executed standing up. It is a form of recognition and appreciation for a performance or achievement.

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  • 3. 

    What H is to Leeds as Edgbaston is to Birmingham and Trent Bridge is to Nottingham? ________

    Explanation
    Headingley is the answer because it is a cricket ground located in Leeds, just like Edgbaston is a cricket ground in Birmingham and Trent Bridge is a cricket ground in Nottingham. The question is asking for a place in Leeds that is similar to the other cricket grounds mentioned, and Headingley fits this description.

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  • 4. 

    What H was the place where England's King Harold II lost his life? ________

    Explanation
    Hastings is the correct answer because it is historically known as the place where England's King Harold II lost his life. The Battle of Hastings took place in 1066 between Harold II and William the Conqueror, resulting in Harold's death and the Norman conquest of England.

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  • 5. 

    What 'P' follows "99", "Champagne" and "No" to form a song title? ________

    Explanation
    The word "Problems" follows "99", "Champagne" and "No" to form a song title. This suggests that the song is about various problems or difficulties that the artist may be facing or addressing in the lyrics.

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  • 6. 

    What 'A' is the surname of the man who created the Thunderbirds series? ________

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Anderson." This is the surname of the man who created the Thunderbirds series.

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  • 7. 

    What 'B' is the capital of Azerbaijan, and also the lowest at 28m below sea level? ________

    Explanation
    Baku is the correct answer because it is the capital of Azerbaijan and it is also known for being the lowest capital city in the world, situated at 28 meters below sea level.

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  • 8. 

    What 'N' is something you can lose as well a the conduit through which you sense pain? ________

    Explanation
    The word "nerve" fits the description because it is something that can be lost, such as in cases of nerve damage or injury. Additionally, nerves are the conduits through which we sense pain, as they transmit signals from the body to the brain.

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  • 9. 

    What 'A' was the name of 3 Scottish Kings, 8 Popes and 3 Tsars of Russia? ________

    Explanation
    The name "Alexander" fits the description given in the question. It is the name of 3 Scottish Kings, 8 Popes, and 3 Tsars of Russia. This name has been used by various rulers throughout history, making it a plausible answer to the question.

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  • 10. 

    What 'N' is a long-running TV show broadcast on BBC daily at 1.30pm with a repeat at 5.35pm from 1988 to 2008, before moving to Channel 5? ________

    Explanation
    The TV show that fits the given description is "Neighbours". It was broadcast on BBC daily at 1.30pm with a repeat at 5.35pm from 1988 to 2008 before moving to Channel 5.

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  • 11. 

    What 'H' describes a Parliament in which the ruling part is not a majority? ________

    Explanation
    A "Hung" Parliament refers to a situation where no single political party has a majority of seats in the Parliament. This means that the ruling party does not have enough seats to pass legislation without the support of other parties. In such a scenario, the government may face challenges in implementing its policies and may need to form alliances or coalitions with other parties to gain the necessary support.

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  • 12. 

    Which 'N' is a sport in which the playing area is twice as long as it is wide, and is divided into three? ________

    Explanation
    Netball is a sport in which the playing area is twice as long as it is wide and is divided into three sections. The game is played on a rectangular court with two goal posts at each end. The objective of the game is to score goals by shooting the ball into the opponent's goal post while defending your own. Netball is a popular sport, especially among women, and requires agility, teamwork, and strategic play.

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